Gary Stead has been re-appointed as the head coach of New Zealand
Gary Stead has been re-appointed as the head coach of the New Zealand cricket team for another three years. As a result, he will be seen until the 2023 ODI World Cup to be held in India. Stead took over from New Zealand in 2016, replacing Mike Hesson. Under him, the Kiwis played the final of the 2019 World Cup.
“It’s an honor to be back,” Stead said, signing a new three-year deal. In my opinion, this group of players is evolving as a team. A great schedule awaits us. I’m sure everyone is optimistic about using our opportunities in three formats. ‘
Steed, 48, played five Tests for New Zealand in 1999. He has also scored two half-centuries in five Tests. He has played for Canterbury for a long time. He played 103 first-class matches and 101 matches in the list.